Jordan Pickford ushers camera operator away as they try to film Harry Kane’s agony after England’s World Cup exit

JORDAN PICKFORD ushered away a camera operator as they tried to film Harry Kane’s penalty agony.

The England captain missed a late spot-kick to equalise in Saturday’s World Cup quarter-final against France.

Jordan Pickford ushered away a camera operator who was filming Harry Kane’s agony

Kane was devastated after missing a penalty in England’s defeat to France

It saw the defending champs cling on for a 2-1 win, setting up a semi-final against Morocco.

And devastated England players, including Kane, were overcome with emotion at the final whistle.

One camera operator decided to get a close-up of skipper Kane, who scored a penalty earlier on, as he leaned on his haunches with his head in his hands.

But teammate Pickford was having none of it.

The goalkeeper angrily span around when he realised what was going on.

And he forced the camera operator to walk away from Kane with a wave of his hands.

Pickford himself came under the spotlight earlier in the game.

That’s after conceding a long-range shot from Aurelien Tchouameni after just 17 minutes.


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